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Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1994.A.0261 | RG Number: RG-02.155

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    Relates the experiences of Morris (née Moishe) Elbaum; in particular his childhood in Warsaw, Poland; his life inside and escape from the Warsaw ghetto; his capture by the Germans, transport to a concentration camp, and his escape; his passing as a Polish gentile; his being sent to concentration camps in Ludwigshafen, Eichwalde, and Berlin, Germany as a laborer; his liberation; his attempts to find family members who had survived; and his emigration to the United States.
    a biography of my father

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    Elbaum, Morris.

    Administrative Notes

    Sharon Elbaum Glickman donated the memorial the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives in June 1994.
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